Sound healing initiative
Science is now proving what the ancient shamans, spiritual masters, teachers, seers and healing artists have known for thousands of years. Sound, music, acoustic resonance and/or vibration have a profound effect on our physical, mental, emotional, relational and spiritual health and wellbeing. We hear with our ears. We listen and feel with our whole body. We attract what we resonate with consciously or not.
It is our intention for this initiative to bring broader awareness, research, education and/or ‘edu-tainment’ experiences that empower consumers to naturally uplift their vibes, health and wellbeing through the healing power of sound, music and acoustic resonance therapies.
We want to ensure that the global wellness industry and consumer understand the health benefits of these therapies for managing stress, pain, enhanced body/mind and spiritual awareness, creativity, productivity, rest, recovery, sleep, sensory integration and more.
Suzannah Long, CEO, So Sound, United States
Suzannah Long, CEO of So Sound®, passionately supports proactive holistic approaches to health and well-being globally. Suzannah shares over 20 years as a top producer in sales & marketing, complemented by body/mind, spiritual interests. Her career span includes body/mind therapist (Reiki master, sound healing artist, Pilates instructor) and professional dancer. In 1996, Suzannah left a highly successful corporate career to follow a vision of creating “spaces” in which individuals could remember their divine nature and potential as vibrational beings. She has devoted her life to researching and sharing techniques and technology that she found personally to be truly transformational.
Todd Linden, President, Linden Consulting, United States
Todd Linden is president of Linden Consulting, dedicated to leading ways to improve the wellbeing of individuals and advance the quadruple aim for healthcare. He received his MHA degree from the University of Iowa, is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and recently retired after 30 years as a hospital CEO. His hospital was cited by The Washington Post for its optimal healing environment and by The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal for innovations in patient safety. Linden serves on numerous boards, is an adjunct professor at UI and owns two therapeutic massage spas.